|Date(s)||27 February 2005|
|Venue||NTU TV Studios, Kyiv|
|Voting Method||100% Televoting|
“Razom nas bahato”
15 semi-final qualifiers were joined by 4 wildcard entries. Three entries were performed in a different language than in the semi-finals: NeDilya, Viktor Pavlik, and Sergei Gavrilov.
|8||De Shifer||Chas priyshov||341||5th|
|10||Viktor Pavlik||I Never Loved You||60||12th|
|14||Ani Lorak||Another Little Shot||1 952||2nd|
|15||Talita Kum||Lovy mene||105||10th|
|19||GreenJolly||Razom nas bahato||2 247||1st|
Following the national final, the winning song attracted controversy due to the inclusion of the wildcard entries in the final, of which the winner was one; and claims that the song was derivative of an old revolutionary song and the lyrics contained political propaganda.
After substantial revisions, the song was deemed eligible for the Eurovision Song Contest, where it was performed in Ukrainian/English.